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Domestic Violence Booklist

NiCarthy, Ginny. Getting Free: You Can End Abuse and Take Back Your Life. 1986

Jones, Ann and Schecter, Susan. When Love Goes Wrong: What To Do When You Can't Do Anything Right. Harper Collins. 1993
A helpful book for the woman who feels unsafe in her relationship. How to identify and escape the partner who uses various types of force to exert control.

Gellis, Richard and Loseke, Donileen R., eds Current Controversies on Family Violence. Sage Publications. Newbury Park, CA. 1993
A collection of articles by the most nationally known researchers of domestic violence in the country.

Fathering/Parenting

Lewis, Paul. The Five Key Habits of Smart Dads: A Powerful Strategy for Successful Fathering. Zondervan Publishing House. 1994
Lewis, a founding member of the National Center for Fathering, explores the five fundamentals every father needs to know to become a successful dad: understanding a father’s significance; acting intentionally; using networks; communicating clearly; and maximizing time with his children.

Faber, Adele. How To Talk So Kids Will Listen and How To Listen So Kids Will Talk. Wade Publishing. 1982.

Relationship Building

Gray, John. Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. HarperCollins. 1992.

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